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Concerning the Cut-Points of Continuous Curves and of Other by R. L Moore

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In the eastern Pyrenees, no fewer than six or seven exceptional rainfalls, totalling 200–600 mm of water within one or a few days, have occurred in the last 25 years. On 22 September 1992, torrential rain turned the small Ouvèze River into a devastating torrent, flooding the small city of Vaison-la-Romaine, southern France. Sixty people drowned and several bridges were destroyed. The only one which resisted the flood was a very old Roman bridge. In the summer of 2002, major floods again took place in the Gard region of southern France, with much damage resulting.

Bennett et al. 1991; Djamali et al. 2008a, 2008b; Magyari et al. 2008). 3 The Saharo-Arabian province To the south of the Mediterranean Basin lies the immense zone called the Saharo-Arabian biogeographical region. It extends about 4800 km from Mauritania eastward to the Red Sea and is about 2000 km wide. 6 million km2 , the Sahara is the largest desert in the world and more than three times the size of the entire Mediterranean Basin. 7 mya, which explains why there has always been relatively little faunal and floristic interchange between these desert regions and the Mediterranean.

From historical cues, including fossil remains of the late Tertiary, we gain insight about the origin and turnover of Mediterranean biota over the past few million years. As we saw in Chapter 1, tectonic plate movements, volcanism, climate, and the resulting complexity of topography and geology played important roles in the birth and physical shaping of the region. Here we discuss four additional factors, or drivers, that make the region so exceptionally rich in biological diversity and provide brief introductions to the composition of the flora and some of the major faunistic groups of vertebrates and invertebrates, both on land and at sea.

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